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The museum is the brainchild of 30-year-old, Rohan Pate, who once said, “I saw cricket museums in England and Australia and wondered, What about one in India?”
The gallery displays bats signed by each of the 11 World Cup-winning teams including Clive Lloyd’s West Indies in 1975 to Micheal Clarke’s Australia in 2015.
Diehards fans of cricket may drool over cricketing accessories used by Tendulkar in his international career. It also has bats used by Vivian Richards and Javed Miandad, and balls signed by bowlers with 300 or more wickets in test and one-day cricket.
This gallery shows signed memorabilia by five triple centurions in test cricket – Virender Sehwag, Michael Clarke, Mahela Jayawardene, Sanath Jayasuriay and Chris Gayle.